Lloyd Gedye

Lloyd Gedye is a freelance journalist and one of the founders of The Con.

Steel giant hobbled by ball and chain ahead of crunch hearings on import protection

Amsa’s record fine for price collusion comes at a time when protection is topping the agenda.

North, south, east and west, throw your hands up: Jo’burg residents despair of crime

Locals complain about being attacked and robbed and are dissatisfied about the lack of attention paid to their problems.

Tshwane residents have lost faith in the ANC and complain bitterly about crime

If what the people in the street are saying is anything to go by, the ANC is in trouble in the country’s largest municipality.

‘Black Lives Matter’ explores Marikana residents’ fight against a mining company, a chief and a municipality

The documentary shows that the Marikana massacre is an example of the ongoing battles for the people who live on the platinum belt.

‘The Endless River’ shatters awkward silence on race, rape and violence in SA

This new feature film zooms in on race and class divides that continue to haunt the so-called Rainbow Nation.

Wonderboy mockumentary on the ANC: ‘I don’t know what will happen when JZ sees this’

A new mockumentary featuring SA’s top comic talents is awash with cheeky shots stolen at ANC rallies and even a few choice political cameos.

The opening film is the talk of the Durban International Film Festival – for all the wrong reasons

'The Journeymen' is politically naive, seriously flawed, and Sipho Mpongo's sexual assault charge hung heavy over the audience at DIFF.

Bicycles can mean freedom, but here’s how SA dealers fixed the price of your ride

The Competition Tribunal has fined two bicycle dealers who denied being part of a cartel, but those who admitted guilt have got off scot-free.

Faith Muthambi likely to bear brunt of the backlash over digital fail

Some foresee ‘blood in the water’ after the appeal court shot down the minister’s migration policy.

Learners with disabilities need tech

Technology for these learners is prohibitively expensive to maintain and insure

Paperless classroom hasn’t taken off yet

Critics question giving expensive technology to schools that don't have adequate ablution facilities, electricity supply and Wi-fi connectivitiy

Teaching through, not with technology

Educators must be trained in how to use new technologies for them to be truly effective

Press Releases

Itec serves up high-tech integrated surveillance system for family food company

The system includes facial recognition software and a thermal screening solution that will provide instant temperature screening of all employees

Transport Month

An infrastructure-led recovery will help to stimulate demand in the South African economy, which is vital post the Covid-19 pandemic

Limpopo’s Economic Recovery Plan to fight Covid-19 impact

Billions have been set aside to help farmers and industries get back on their feet as part of the Limpopo Socio-Economic Recovery Plan

Disrupt the corrupt

Whistle-blowers should be seen as real heroes in the fight against corruption and we need a change in culture for this to happen

Corporates: A force for good for a sustainable future

In order to see people and nature thrive what is required is a strong focus on partnerships – we cannot act alone anymore

Combatting wildlife crime in Southern Africa activity annual programme statement (APS) No. 04

Concept papers are sought for implementating activities, for a multi-faceted programme that aims to reduce poaching and illegal trade in wildlife

The financial decisions made during your life journey, and their impact on your retirement outcome

The longer you save towards retirement the larger your retirement savings are expected to be due to the effect of compounding interest

In conversation with SA Reserve Bank Governer, Lesetja Kganyago

'Make interest rates zero and inflation goes up and then people save less – we need savings to fund investment in this country'

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